Late night show host Jimmy Fallon debuts the Virtual Reality Pictionary

Published June 30, 2020, 3:40 PM

by Rey Panaligan 

The late night show host Jimmy Fallon debuts the Virtual Reality Pictionary using the HTC Vive and Tilt Brush on Friday’s “Tonight Show”.

The Virtual Reality Pictionary allows the player to draw in the air, and the drawing will appear on a screen.

Along with The Book of Mormon’s Andrew Rannells, Saturday Night Live’s Michael Che and house announcer Steve Higgins, the group was divided into two teams. Jimmy Fallon put on the VR equipment first and drew a snake and stick man. Within seconds, his teammate, Rannells correctly guessed the drawing.

While in other team, Che failed to guess what Higgins drew.

The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon are known to feature hilarious highlights. With the Virtual Reality Pictionary, Fallon takes the old school game to a new level.

Check out the video below!

 
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